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We claim this land in the name of Paterno!

Another game and another Paternoville. Except it’s just huge this time. Over 110 tents and near 1000 residents staked their claim on the Beaver Stadium grounds in a celebration of Penn State Football and in the name of revenge.

The crowd came to a frenzy at 12:00 as tents were erected and Paternoville officially got underway. The event was marked with a drumline infused singing of various official and very unofficial Penn State songs. Iowa is going to face a tough crowd.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. “Revenge is a dish best served WHITE.”

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Stefan Choquette

Stefan is currently a Junior Integrative Arts major with a background in Computer Science. Stefan is a veteran of the US Air Force and is currently enrolled in ROTC to return as an officer after graduation. Stefan is a founding brother of Phi Kappa Sigma and a licensed private pilot.
Stefan formally served as our Editor of Photography, and now helps with staff photography.

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